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'Murder Is A Game'
Directed by Harriet Winokur
Comedy Mystery by Fred Carmichael
photo by Sandi Carroll
Cast and Director - Murder Is A Game
Danielle Grau as June Ripley Michael LaCroix as Toby Bigelow Melinda Tedeschi as Lois Dunston Debi LaCroix as Sloan Bigelow Aaron Collins as Nick Ranelli Director, Harriet Winokur Ida Haverly as Cora Leech Gary Broughman as Stephen Leech Sarah Ann de la Hoz as BB Mink

his show combined laughter, suspense, intriguing characters, and irresistible mystery. A successful, married mystery writing team’s creativity has dried up so their agent gives them an anniversary present of a weekend in an old mansion movie set and hires characters to act out a murder plot. But soon there is a real murder and further hilarious plot twists. A sophisticated, laugh filled mystery evening! Some really good mystery to celebrate the occasion of Halloween.

Seven 2008 Performances
Oct. 24, 25, & 26, 30, 31 & Nov. 1, & 2

Terry Dudinsky - Ass't Stage Manager Harriet Winokur, Stage Manager Camille Dickinson, Props Dottie Hughes, Director click here to visit Sandi Carroll on the web Brian Fitzgibbons as Al Shields Ken Guilbeault as Allen C. Grant Justine Blanchette as Lois Shields Will Bordelon as Ken Miller Karen Poulsen as Jan Miller

 


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Arnold Grunion played by Ralph Weinrich Director Jenny Sejansky Mr. Jansen played by Warren Hersch Vivian Trachtman played by Harriet Winokur Stage Manager Nancy McCormick IRS Agent Floyd Skinner played by Bob Hewes Connie played by Danielle Grau Leslie Arthur played by Ken Guilbeault Jon Trachtman played by Aaron Collins Kate Dennis played by Karen Poulsen Jane Taylor Larrie Tiffany Valerie Brokaw Orzel Keith Poulsen Carol Cole David Lowe Liz Davis Brian Fitzgibbons Peggy Hollenbeck as Topsy Robert Priest as Dr. Jevons Sara Marsh as Maud Melrose Patti Earl as Bonita Belgrave Dottie Hughes as Cora Clarke John Hardebeck as Alan Bennet Justine Blanchette as Deidre O'Malley Director Lawrence Benjamin Don Campbell as Osgood Meeker Joanne Patterson as Sylvia Archibald Kerry Purkiss as Doreen Bob Hart as Perry Lascoe Danielle Grau as Zelda Fenwick Bev Zaumeyer as Almina Clare Veronica Hart as Estelle Craven Summer Sinclair as Dora Jane Taylor as Lotta Bainbridge Vera Morrison as May Davenport Ann Knadle as Sarita Myrtle Stage Manager Estie Keyes